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Here are all the big companies that have cut ties with Huawei, dealing the Chinese tech giant a crushing blow
Major US companies like Google, Facebook, and Intel have been quick to sever business ties with the Chinese tech giant Huawei.
Microsoft is selling its remaining stock of Huawei laptops, and confirmed that it will continue delivering software updates if you buy one
Microsoft will keep delivering software updates to Huawei devices, which is crucial for anyone who wants to buy a Huawei laptop right now.
Microsoft adds new PowerPoint features that uses artificial intelligence to make you a better presenter — and keep you on-brand at all times
Microsoft added four new artificial intelligence features to PowerPoint. Here's how they can help users create and practice presentations.
Inside Microsoft’s ambitious plan to build the future of Xbox, from a Netflix-style gaming service with blockbuster games to brand-new consoles
Microsoft just laid out plans for the future of the Xbox at a massive press conference. We spoke with Xbox leader Phil Spencer immediately afterward.
Microsoft gave out 230 grants to fund the use of AI to address climate change and released code to help developers build algorithms.
Huawei is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad few months, and it’s not likely to get better anytime soon
Huawei is the second-largest smartphone maker, but that could be in jeopardy as it becomes a bargaining chip in an international trade war.
The first-ever major "Avengers" video game is scheduled to launch in May 2020, and we just learned a ton about the long-awaited blockbuster.
E3 2019, which runs until Thursday, is the biggest video game show of the year. We've rounded up the best announcements from the show floor.
Huawei has canceled the launch of one of its new laptops after being banned from doing business with American companies.
Top antitrust enforcer at DOJ reveals 3 ways the agency could make a case against big tech companies like Google and Apple
The Department of Justice is going to be looking closely for signs of collusion, at exclusivity agreements, and at acquisitions, Makan Delrahim said.